Foregrounding the Unheard voices in Rohinton Mistry’s A Fine Balance
Literatures in the present is reflecting the muted voices which is a welcome Augury in the present academia. These voices are gaining momentum in the academia and they question the rudiments of political monopolization. Marginalized writers vehemently protests against the hindrances to the downtrodden and their voices are heard and the people in power projects that their voices are unheard. A Fine Balance clearly showcases the plight of the marginalized voices and on the whole this paper stresses the fact that the voice for the voiceless are deliberately muted and literature acts as an eye opener in bringing out these voices.
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